|A variety of colored bootlegs exist for the 7" single. 4 different kinds of bootleg labels exist, all of which originated in Germany. Sometimes these bootlegs are sometimes reffered to as promotional items - but aren't.
black labels w/ large center hole - 1992/1993
Black vinyl that often gets mistaken for the original. Copies have a cheap photocopied sleeve, that is white on the inside. And the label reads "MUSICDISC", as opposed to "MUSIDISC".
black labels w/ small center hole - 1995
blue, dark blue, light blue, blue/pink, blue/purple, green, lila, pink, purple, red marbled, red/white, light red/white, rosy red/white, light rosy marbled, dark rosy marbled, white/cream marbled, yellow, yellow/white
white Enchantillon "test" labels, marbled vinyl - 1996
amber, azur, light azur, dark azur, brown, light olive, dark olive, orange, pink, light pink, dark pink
white labels - 1997
green, orange, red, yellow
picture disc (no sleeve) - 1998
all color names were provided from Matthijs Kropff in the Netherlands
Vinyl - 7"
|New Electric Way/MFN, France, 1986, 11575||black vinyl w/ large center hole, yellow inside of sleeve, and thick paper, lim. 500|
|Elektra/Asylum, USA, 1986, ED 5139||12", SP WLP in Elektra sleeve, w/ warning sticker|
|Elektra/Asylum, USA, 1986, ED 5139||12", AR WLP in Elektra sleeve|